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James Earl Jones Theater (Broadway)


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by Roy Berko - May 31, 2022
Mathew Lopez, the author of THE LEGEND OF GEORGIA MCBRIDE, which is now on stage in the Studio Theatre at Beck Center, also wrote THE INHERITANCE, which, in 2018 was the most honored American play in a generation, sweeping the 'Best Play' awards in both London and New York including the Tony Award, Olivier Award, and Drama Desk Award. He is also the writer of THE WHIPPING MAN, which also won numerous awards.
by Stephi Wild - May 31, 2022
With a play set on a lazy weekend in June, Possum Point Players production of 'Noel Coward's Hay Fever' follows suit as they open the classic British comedy on Friday, June 3. However, those attending any of the performances June 3, 4, 5, 10, 11 and 12 will find that a lazy weekend at the country home of the Bliss family defies that definition.
by Carissa Chesanek - May 31, 2022
Nightclub Cantata recently came to the cell theatre in New York City, fusing literature and song into one unique theatrical experience like no other. We spoke with the director and choreographer Bill Castellino about the show, the choreography involved, and more.
by Robert Diamond - May 31, 2022
Today, we talk to Senior Creative Group Director Stephanie Sciandra Smith who leads the agency's creative and content, helping to connect Broadway shows with their global fan bases for success on both Broadway and beyond. 
by Michael Major - May 27, 2022
Produced by Shaun Morgan and engineered and mixed by Matt Hyde (Deftones, AFI), the acclaimed Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum, (“If you want peace, Prepare for war”) was released in August 2020, spawned three #1 singles on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Chart and at Active Rock radio. Plus, check out upcoming tour dates!
by A.A. Cristi - May 27, 2022
Start spreading the news.  On July 1, Real Gone Music and Second Disc Records will revisit a landmark album recorded in the heart of New York, New York by one of the most extraordinary entertainers of all time, Liza Minnelli's electrifying Live in New York 1979. 
by Michael Major - May 26, 2022
Adam and David Moss began earning Everly Brothers comparisons long before they officially joined their voices together as folk duo The Brother Brothers. But not even the late Phil and Don Everly, one of the greatest DNA-sharing duos in modern music history, could claim the kind of vocal symmetry Adam and David create.
by Michael Quintos - Jun 8, 2022
What did our critic think of Tootsie in Costa Mesa? Despite a still problematic central premise, the non-equity national tour of the stage adaptation of TOOTSIE---now playing at Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa through June 12, 2022---is, for the most part, a funny but flawed musical sprinkled with lots of funny lines, rapid-fire humor, and amusing shenanigans.
by Aaron Wallace - Jun 8, 2022
On the cusp of her AFI Lifetime Achievement Award, we talk with Julie Andrews for an update on The Princess Diaries 3, her next installment in her series of memoirs, the potential of her returning to the Broadway stage and the upcoming Minions movie.
by Fiona Scott - Jun 7, 2022
Mark Ravenhill is a playwright, director and the new artistic director and joint CEO of the King’s Head Theatre, London’s oldest pub theatre, which is currently celebrating its 50th year. We spoke with Ravenhill about the theatre’s anniversary programming.
by Michael Major - Jun 6, 2022
This album release follows the buzz that Saintz has been creating over the last year with single releases like debut single “You’ll Always Find A Way' remixed by Kelvin Wood, that premiered with EQ Music and reached # 4 in the UK Dance Chart amassing over 185,000+ streams, with the music video gaining 47,000+ views.
by Stephen Mosher - Jun 4, 2022
Sue Matsuki presents a look back at 38 years in the business but she has never looked or sounded better, so here's looking forward to another 38.
by Michael Major - Jun 30, 2022
Learn about the release of a country mega-collaboration that could very well be the break-up song of the summer. The new tune “Good Riddance” has Levi Hummon, featuring Filmore and YA’ BOYZ (Zach Kale and Joe Ragosta) reveling in the melting pot that modern country music has become. Watch the new music video now!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 3, 2022
Lincoln Center Summer for the City will present Dance, MF, Dance! Featuring Felicia Collins and The Hustle. The outrageously versatile instrumentalist, bandleader, and vocalist Felicia Collins is perhaps best known for her role as lead guitarist for Paul Shaffer's CBS Orchestra on the Late Show with David Letterman.
by Michael Major - Jun 3, 2022
From Blackfoot River to a wild weekend at Elko, Nevada’s “National Cowboy Poet Gathering,” every stitch of Shaw’s He Rode On rings true to his life—from living off the land to falling for a bronc riding cowgirl to cheating death. Today, Shaw released He Rode On, finally sharing his truths and tales with eager listeners worldwide. 
by Drew Eberhard - Jun 3, 2022
John Patrick Shanley’s The Dreamer Examines His Pillow, is a complex and intricate story that dives not only into the depths of our subconscious but boldly sits on the surface level of our emotions as well. Allowing us as the audience to not only deep dive within the minds of these characters, but into our own past or current circumstances. Shanley’s piece while complex is told within the length of 3 scenes ultimately ending with the audience making up their own conclusion to not only the events of the story but our own lives as we’ve grown so accustomed. John Patrick Shanley achieves masterful work here even with this being an earlier part of his repertoire. Shanley, most famously known as the Pulitzer Prize/Tony Award-winning playwright for Doubt, and the Oscar-winning Moonstruck has written 23 plays most of which he has gone on to direct, and is a Screenwriter on 9 Feature Films. Out of his 23 plays few have been performed in the Tampa Bay area, so it’s a much-needed breath of fresh air that TampaRep has decided to produce one of his earlier works, and still find relevance in the piece today. Director Chris Marshall, who has wanted to direct a Shanley play for some time says it best in his Director’s Notes, “...Our process has been about using the power of language to connect, though to do so is terrifying. It’s been equally about fierce listening and seeking to be affected as a listener, something we do less and less of these days. In these spaces (the theatre as theatre and as the room to hold scenic representations), we have finite opportunity, space, and time to connect, to learn, to discover. What a gift.”
by Shari Barrett - Jun 29, 2022
Prior to pursuing her childhood dream of becoming an actor, Meg Lin was a former K-12 teacher, school principal, college professor, and non-profit CEO. But along the way, she struggled finding her true identity as a Chinese American as the first in her family born in the U.S. In her original solo play What am I, Chopped Suey? Meg shares how she struggled to defy cultural norms to 'save face' while coping with challenges she went through to overcome stereotypes and redefine what it means to be Asian in America. I decided to speak with Meg about how universal her first-generation American tale will resonate with so many, as well as her plans to continue presenting it as an Encore selection from this year's Hollywood Fringe Festival.
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 28, 2022
Award-winning family musician and songwriter Greg Lato adds yet another feather to his cap with the August 26 release of his second children's album, Adults These Days.
by Jay Pateakos - Jun 27, 2022
What did our critic think of FOOTLOOSE: THE MUSICAL at Theatre By The Sea? So for the sake of full disclosure, I am an 80's kid at heart. It's the only music I listen to (maybe a little 70's too because of my older sister) and Footloose has always been one of the best 80's soundtracks bar none.
by Stephen Mosher - Jun 24, 2022
Actress Desi Oakley has written the book, music and lyrics for a new musical and she is ready to put some of it in front of an audience. To help Desi celebrate this first outing, Broadway World is playing around on YouTube.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 24, 2022
GHOSTLIGHT RECORDS has announced the release of Trevor (Original Cast Recording) in digital and streaming formats. This coincides with the filmed version of the Off-Broadway production on Disney+. Listen to the album here!
by Michael Major - Jun 24, 2022
Before the Disney+ premiere of Trevor: the Musical, BroadwayWorld caught up with cast members from the show to discuss what musical number they were looking forward to seeing on the big screen, what they hope families around the world take away from the musical's story, and more.
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 24, 2022
Close to 200 participants gathered Wed. June 15 at the Shore and Country Club, Norwalk, to celebrate the Cultural Alliance of Fairfield County's 6th Daniel E Offutt III Arts & Cultural Empowerment (ACE) awardees.
by Michael Major - Jun 23, 2022
The striking video from the Big Loud Records label mates arrives on the heels of Smith's 12th chart topping hit “Hide From a Broken Heart” and Porter's 5th number one Canadian country radio single “Pickup”. “One Too” has surpassed 1M streams in just over a week and was the #1 most added at Canadian country radio last week.
by Michael Quintos - Jun 23, 2022
Endearingly inspirational and beautifully performed, COME FROM AWAY---as experienced in this relaunched post-lockdown tour now playing at Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa through June 26, 2022---certainly proves itself worthy of repeat visits. At its core, the show is a hopeful, positive reminder that unconditional kindness does still exist in our world, even if evidence of such behavior is harder to find these days.
by Joseph Harrison - Jun 23, 2022
What happens when you take a popular comedy film, add in new music by the king of musical theatre, and put it on stage with a talented cast? You get the Orlando premiere of SCHOOL OF ROCK presented by Theatre South Playhouse in Dr. Phillips - an energetic, entertaining, and eminently electric experience of epic proportions.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 22, 2022
Anyone in Orange County who loves the music of Joni Mitchell will enjoy an evening of some of her best works that span a full decade and nine album releases of her music on June 30, courtesy of Kiki Ebsen and her Joni Mitchell Project. The perfect setting for the evening is the outdoor amphitheatre of the exquisite Muckenthaler Cultural Center in Fullerton, CA.
by Michael Major - Jun 20, 2022
LISA TINGLE and DAVID GAYLER worked with TIM PALMER (Robert Plant, Ozzy Osbourne, Tin Machine, The Mission, U2, Pearl Jam), who also contributes guitar on 'Fragile'. This EP also features TOM BRECHTLEIN (Eric Johnson, Robben Ford, Al DiMeola, Jean-Luc Ponty and Rickie Lee Jones) and RICKY PHILLIPS (Styx, Coverdale/Page, Bad English, The Babys).
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 20, 2022
This summer, Ben Harold & The Rising will perform at the annual music festival, Summerfest. Located at the new Northwestern Mutual Community Park on Lake Michigan by downtown Milwaukee, Summerfest is a 3-weekend festival that has hosted countless Rock 'n Roll Hall of Famers, One Hit Wonders, Innovators and Entertainers for over 50 years.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 2, 2022
This fall, Young People's Theatre (YPT) is beyond thrilled to re-open its doors to reveal a transformed YPT, and present a highly anticipated 2022.23 playbill of onstage productions.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 2, 2022
City Theatre and the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County will  present BOB MARLEY'S THREE LITTLE BIRDS. This jammin' musical featuring the timeless music and lyrics of Bob Marley is based on the children's book (Every Little Thing) by his daughter Cedella Marley.
by Stephen Mosher - Jun 2, 2022
Cheo Bourne and Lena Moy-Borgen started something wonderful before the pandemic and they have made a welcome return with all new gags, songs, and props.
by Michael Major - Jun 2, 2022
Acclaimed musician and visual artist Deaton Chris Anthony unveils a new song, “Goodbuy My Old Life,” today, a collaboration with the New Zealand star BENEE. The video, directed by Justice Vaughn Ott, is also out now.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 2, 2022
The 92nd Street Y, New York (92NY) will present Steven Isserlis, cello and Jeremy Denk, piano, on June 4, 2022 at 8pm ET. The performance continues The Bach-Mendelssohn Connection, a ten-day festival of concerts and salons that will explore the unexpected or hidden connections between Johann Sebastian Bach and Felix Mendelssohn.
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 2, 2022
NTPA Plano celebrates pride month with a special production of Billy Elliot performing June 9-12 at the Rodenbaugh Theatre at Willow Bend Center of the Arts.
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 2, 2022
The 92nd Street Y, New York (92NY), one of New York's leading cultural venues, presents Steven Isserlis, cello and Jeremy Denk, piano, onJune 4, 2022 at 8pm ET.
by Michael Major - Jun 17, 2022
Rising up out of The Bronx and taking no prisoners, Sha Ek unleashes a new single entitled “New Opps” today via Defiant Records/Warner Records. A skittering anxious beat powers the track, leaving no room to breathe as the new face of Bronx Drill, Sha Ek unloads a flurry of rapid-fire bars in succession without relenting even for a moment.
by Natalie O'Donoghue - Jun 15, 2022
50% Polish, 50% Italian, 100% legend. Ania Magliano's debut show tackles the stuff that matters: Lush, horse girls and buying a cat off Gumtree. Winner of the Leicester Comedy Festival Best New Show 2022. Writer for Amelia Dimoldenberg's Chicken Shop Date. As seen on The Stand Up Sketch Show (ITV2) and Dave Online. 'Already has the cool, calm and collected stage presence of a standup veteran' (Guardian). 'A finesse usually seen after decades in the game' (DIVA). Come if you want to, but absolutely no worries if not.
by Armando Urdiales - Jun 14, 2022
The fascinating aspects of the Houston theatre are almost too numerous to count. One of them is witnessing the amazing BIPOC and diverse range of people, places and theaters that inhabit Space City USA. One individual who is the personification of the best of Houston theater is Joseph “Joe P.” Palmore, who is mounting a poetic theatrical experience with the help of Houston staple, 4th Wall Theatre Company. We, as audience members, last saw Joe P., in the remount of 4th Wall’s of Stephen Adly Guirgis, Between Riverside and Crazy, and his performance then was stellar. Now, we get to witness Joe P.’s exquisite poetry along with his peers in Disturbing the Peace.
by Greg Kerestan - Jun 14, 2022
What did our critic think? There are a few cultural institutions in the Pittsburgh area of which I'm not just a supporter, I'm an outright stan. Chief among these are the Pittsburgh CLO summer season, the annual farce at Saint Vincent Summer Theatre (more on that later this week), and the Bites and Pints festival at Kennywood. I love live music, delicious food, thrill rides, even the dubious charms of seeing a guy walk around in a kangaroo costume on a hot summer day. (That poor Kenny Kangaroo is a real sport to play along as much as he does.)
by Stephen Mosher - Jun 14, 2022
What started out as a casual thing could turn out to be the next big thing: the duo team of Anita Gillette and Lee Roy Reams.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 13, 2022
This summer, Cornwall’s Miracle Theatre will present Shakespeare’s most elemental and passionate play King Lear at fifteen wilderness locations across Cornwall from 13 July - 27 August.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 12, 2022
Lori Hamilton's North Star will be Presented at Edinburgh Fringe. These days New Yorker Lori Hamilton is a happy woman – but it’s been a bumpy road, especially with all that family baggage on board.
by Steve Murray - Jun 10, 2022
What did our critic think of DANA H. at Berkeley Repertory?
by Michael Major - Jun 10, 2022
SING ALONG! was heavily inspired by Black artists like Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Big Bill Broonzy and Elizabeth Cotten, as well as the recorded works of Alan Lomax, an American ethnomusicologist, best known for his numerous field recordings, which played an important role in preserving the folk music traditions of the early 20th century.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 1, 2022
Millennium Stage, now celebrating its 25th  season, is a manifestation of the Kennedy Center’s mission and vision to welcome all to celebrate our collective cultural heritage in the most inclusive and accessible way possible. Millennium Stage will offer a free film and live programming, streamed live, Wednesday–Saturday each week during the summer.
by Michael Major - Jun 1, 2022
After teasing their first new music in over nine years, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs are officially back with a new album and single to share with the masses. Karen O, Nick Zinner and Brian Chase announce today their fifth studio album, Cool I.T Down. The duo also released the Dave Sitek-produced “Spitting Off the Edge of the World” feat. Perfume Genius.
by Jim Munson - Jun 1, 2022
BroadwayWorld speaks with Bay Area theater legend Robert Kelley about his new production of 'Ragtime' running live in Mountain View through June 26th.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 1, 2022
GHOSTLIGHT RECORDS has announced the release of Trevor (Original Cast Recording) in digital and streaming formats on Friday, June 24. A deeply moving and funny story of self-discovery and the power of acceptance, Trevor is about living your best life with a ton of passion… and a touch of pizzazz.
by Gary Naylor - Jul 1, 2022
Gregory Doran brings the RSC's decade long History cycle to its conclusion with a worthy, if wordy, Richard III

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These Days has had 1 productions including Broadway which opened in 1928.

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These Days has had 1 productions including Broadway which opened in 1928.